5/28/2006 5:37pm, #11Originally Posted by Jaric
5/28/2006 5:57pm, #12Originally Posted by Doctor X
5/28/2006 5:58pm, #13
of course .... This is the best counter to a shoulder high roundhouse kick I have ever seen ....
Now I can't see exactly what is going on due to camera angle and an untrained eye ... but Stewert destroys that poor black belt with ... ah ... something . They should have had an ambulance on hand if a fighter is having that serious of a reaction .
Originally Posted by Gumby
Look at this mother fuckers clinch skills there towards the end of this bad ass multiples clip . I mean WOW I wouldn't **** with that ... and Hapkido is all about the clinch .
*edit * links don't work in my Firefox ... I have to open in I.E.
5/28/2006 6:10pm, #14
That guy is amazing. What was with him petting the one guys head though? Looked like he was atting his forehead, the guy stood there and then fell.
If you guys had a no touch knockout seminar coming to your area, would you go? Would you first see what he was doing and then challenge the teaching or just stay away and not ruin it for the other people. Im just wondering.
I think after some more BJJ(get my Blue Belt) and with my striking knowledge I would go, learn what he has to offer then claim BS.
5/28/2006 6:22pm, #15I think after some more BJJ(get my Blue Belt) and with my striking knowledge I would go, learn what he has to offer then claim BS.
5/28/2006 6:28pm, #16
ummm no. Its to see if the **** actually works. If they say it is great and works then I should try it out and come up with my own conclusion.
This is exactly what people who practice pressure point fighting ask us to do. They tell people to come on down and try it if you don't beleive it. Thats what I would be doing. Im not looking to fight them or anything though(unless they wanted). But if I pay money and learn what the instructor has to teach, Im gonna question it and make sure I get my monies worth. If it works, then great thatd be cool. If it doesn't Ill ask why.
If I see something stupid happening and just sit there and go "WOW sensei your super!" thats being stupid. Actually thats just being a *****. The point of this site is to root out the stupid **** not just see it and go "well yea I guess anything is possible, I respect you opinion and am sure you can make it work!"
5/28/2006 6:31pm, #17Originally Posted by RoninPimp"Keep a sharp knife, shiny boots and be on time."
5/28/2006 7:07pm, #18
- Join Date
- Oct 2004
- Kansas City - the mecca of civilization
My internet-fu is weak at sometimes, but I was unable find information on any of these organizations that he graduated from [except one]:
Graduate of Canadian College of Acupuncturists & Compliemntary Medicine (2003)
Doctor of Acupuncture (May 2004)
EAV Certified (2003)
Graduate of the International College of Bio-Energetic Medicine (2005)
Doctorate: Acupuncture & Holistic Medicine (2005)
Professor Stewart is a Licenced Doctor of Acupuncture by the Canadian College of Acupuncturists and Complementary Medicine.
5/28/2006 7:47pm, #19
Bio-Energetic medicine. That is just gold right there.
5/28/2006 8:24pm, #20
In my experience, they greatly limit your ability to challenge much like a "hypnotist" selects for compliant audience members. You will be ignored in favor of those who seem to comply--want it to work--at best you will work with a "student" which provides an excuse for why "t3h d34dly" failed. You will not be given a chance to work with "the Sensei" unless he has the ability to, frankly, cheat--hit you really hard.
Of course, if you keep your tongue in contact with the roof of your mouth, all bets are off. . . .
More seriously, these are "poor-man's" versions of the faith healer's "slaying of the soul." Since a good faith-healer can "knock-out" a person from across the auditorium, this impresses me not. However, they are hilarious.
[Edited to redact to the Textus Recepticus, then correct a misunderstanding.--Ed.]
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